Neighbours (1985– )
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To avoid actually talking to his dad Jim, Steve asks both Lou and Declan along, but the boy gets him to try anyhow. This leads to bickering and another (not) family secret. Flat out with a ... See full summary »

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Ned Parker (as Daniel O'Connor)
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Mickey Gannon (credit only)
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To avoid actually talking to his dad Jim, Steve asks both Lou and Declan along, but the boy gets him to try anyhow. This leads to bickering and another (not) family secret. Flat out with a picnic order, Marco needs a babysitter for Chloe. Sam eagerly accepts for her and Dan, and feels her therapy isn't worth both of them missing out on parenthood. Taylah tells Karl as patient she avoids Zeke because she wants the pill. Ben asks if Ty is 'another Darren'. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I know it's hard but it's better than the alternative"
30 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A nice performance from Roger Oakley, bringing out the Jekyll and Hyde aspects of Jim's character.He seems a friendly enough guy and even seems to be getting on well with Steve but when he reacts badly to Lou and when Riley challenges him he suddenly becomes a different person. His revelation at the end is a typical soap opera staple and hopefully they'll do something interesting with it.

Meanwhile, Sam finally falls off the waggon with regards her medication which can only mean trouble and we get more hints about Taylah's history, although it's probably not as extreme as one interpretation suggests.This week we seem to be implying that Zeke and Taylah haven't "done it" which wasn't the impression a few episodes ago.And Libby finally notices what effect having so many different men about is having on Ben.


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